Tropical Forest Update

Regeneration

Just as tropical forests renew themselves, so has ITTO. On 7 December 2011, the International Tropical Timber Agreement 2006 entered into force, ushering in a new era for ITTO. This issue of the TFU, the first to be published after the entry into force of the ITTA 2006, celebrates this new beginning.

Contents

  • Zoning Mbalmayo

    By: Ongolo Assogoma Symphorien, Owona Ndongo Pierre André, Béligné Vincent, Doumenge Charles and Linjouom Ibrahim
  • Managing big-leaf mahogany in natural forests

    By James Grogan, Mark Schulze, Marco Lentini, Johan Zweede, R. Matthew Landis and Christopher M. Free
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The ITTO Tropical Forest Update is published quarterly in English, French and Spanish.
The French and Spanish editions are usually posted about one month after the English.

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